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EVANS V. PHILLIPS, 17 U. S. 73 (1819)
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Evans v. Phillips, 17 U.S. 4 Wheat. 73 73 (1819)
Evans v. Phillips
17 U.S. (4 Wheat.) 73
ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF NEW YORK
A writ of error will not lie on a judgment of nonsuit.
The Court directed the writ of error to be dismissed.
JUDGMENT. This cause came on to be heard, on the transcript of the record, on consideration whereof it is adjudged and ordered that the writ of error be, and the same is, hereby dismissed with costs, the plaintiff having submitted to a nonsuit in the circuit court.
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